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Paweł Freisler, Stalowe jajo (The Egg), 1967

Paweł Freisler, Stalowe jajo (The Egg), 1967

Goethe'sTriangle: Joseph  Albers was an influential teacher, writer, painter, and color theorist—now best known for the Homages to the Square. In 1925 he was the first Bauhaus student to be asked to join the faculty and become a "master" there

Goethe'sTriangle: Joseph Albers was an influential teacher, writer, painter, and color theorist—now best known for the Homages to the Square. In 1925 he was the first Bauhaus student to be asked to join the faculty and become a "master" there

Alexander Rodchenko

Alexander Rodchenko

The Heart of The Sun ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zuEfmmCA5s ) Agnieszka Polska, Sun (America), 2012

The Heart of The Sun ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zuEfmmCA5s ) Agnieszka Polska, Sun (America), 2012

Zbigniew Rogalski, Dobry obiad, 2004, olej na płótnie, 80 x 100 cm

Zbigniew Rogalski, Dobry obiad, 2004, olej na płótnie, 80 x 100 cm

On looking at the film in monochromatic light he saw, with the delight attendant on fulfilled prevision, surrounding the place of contact, a series of bright rings separated from each other by dark ones, and becoming more closely packed together as the distance from the point of contact augmented (as in fig. 14).  Six lectures on Light, John Tyndall 1872

On looking at the film in monochromatic light he saw, with the delight attendant on fulfilled prevision, surrounding the place of contact, a series of bright rings separated from each other by dark ones, and becoming more closely packed together as the distance from the point of contact augmented (as in fig. 14). Six lectures on Light, John Tyndall 1872

Reproduction of the first daguerrotype of the Sun. The original image was a little over 12 centimeters in diameter, was made on 2 April 1845 by the French physicists Louis Fizeau (1819-1896) and Léon Foucault (1819-1868) (the two being perhaps better known for their various pioneering measurements of the speed of light). The exposure was 1/60 of a second. This image shows the umbra/penumbra structure of sunspots, as well as limb darkening.

Reproduction of the first daguerrotype of the Sun. The original image was a little over 12 centimeters in diameter, was made on 2 April 1845 by the French physicists Louis Fizeau (1819-1896) and Léon Foucault (1819-1868) (the two being perhaps better known for their various pioneering measurements of the speed of light). The exposure was 1/60 of a second. This image shows the umbra/penumbra structure of sunspots, as well as limb darkening.

Percival Lowell, Mars and its canals, 1906

Percival Lowell, Mars and its canals, 1906